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[ATL] Help with 'The side effect example' [message #84433] Thu, 12 June 2008 14:51
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Originally posted by: jmcquillan.yahoo.com

I'm new to using ATL for model transformations and I need to perform a
transformation similar to that described in the 'The side effect example'
at

http://www.eclipse.org/m2m/atl/basicExamples_Patterns/articl e.php?file=SideEffect/index.html

However, what I want to do is transform ElementA to DefinitionB but if
there is more than one ElementA with the same name then all these
ElementA's need to map to one DefinitionB. I understand how this is done
in the example but in my metamodel the DefinitionB class is not associated
with other Classes and I'm unsure how to write this using just a match
rule.

I'd be grateful if someone could give me some tips on how to use ATL for
this kind of transformation. Thanks.

Jacqui
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